Ingersoll Rand | Flexo

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Flexography is the major process used to print packaging materials such as: containers, cartons, sacks, bags, disposable cups, labels, tapes, envelopes, and wrappers of all types. Flexograhic inks are very similar to packaging gravure printing inks in that they are fast drying and have a low viscosity. The inks are formulated to lie on the surface of nonabsorbent substrates and solidify when solvents are removed. Generally solvents are removed with heat, unless U.V. curable inks are being used.


Diaphragm:  For basic transfer of low viscosity inks up to 275 GPM (1,041 LPM) and 150 PSI fluid pressure.

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Piston Pumps: Used for transferring low to medium viscosity inks, especially when higher fluid pressure (>100 PSI) are needed.

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